Today’s brides love looking for ways to stand out and make their weddings unique. Express your distinctive personality by incorporating some of these wholesale wedding novelties flowers into your floral arrangements. With so many unusual shapes and colors in this collection, it’s easy to find novelty flowers to fit the vibe of your wedding or other special occasion. For cheerful and fun affairs, consider craspedia Billy balls, veronica flowers or poppies. If you want a whimsical, boho look, go with thistle, star of Bethlehem or pussy willow branches. Elegant affairs can take a turn from ultra-classic looks when you use astilbe, godetia or dianthus flowers.
Novelty flowers are known for adding a splash of color. You’ll love the purples and blues from allium, agapanthus, cornflower and hyacinths. Take in the sunny yellow of a daffodil or a craspedia, or yellow-headed yarrow. Feel the innocence of amaryllis in its gently white petals, not to mention those of the star of Bethlehem and lily of the valley. Reds range from the deep garnet of chocolate cosmos and red amaryllis, to the brightly colored celosia and dianthus.
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How to Care for Novelty Flowers
Instructions vary. Many of our novelty flowers require special care. Visit our care page for specific information of flowers such as daffodils and hyacinths, plus general information on caring for your cut flowers.
Novelty Flower Meanings
Allium – Good fortune, prosperity, unity
Cosmos – Peace, tranquility, order
Cornflower – Hope, love, delicacy
Daffodil – Unrequited love, good wishes, chivalry
Hyacinth – Playfulness, enduring love, rebirth
Lavender – Devotion, love, peace
Pussy Willow – Motherhood, protection, home
Yarrow – Healing, inspiration, concern
Types of Novelty Flowers
Novelty flowers give the sense of something a little wild. Pair up some green hypericum with striking flowers like blue agapanthus and allium. Astilbe, broom corn, celosia, cockscomb, cornflower and dianthus all have that feeling of just being picked from a wildflower field. Craspedia bill balls look like they’ve just jumped out of a children’s book, thistle, veronica and yarrow may be considered weeds in some places, but in our stock room, they’re gorgeous additions to any bouquet. Browse our selection for even more!